The Singular Patagonia
Near Puerto Natales, Patagonia, Chile
A unique hotel, the Singular Patagonia started life as a cold storage plant now transformed into a luxury hotel. The Singular is ideally located to explore the Chilean fjords, Patagonian wilderness and the nearby Torres del Paine National Park.
At a Glance
Spectacular location with a mountain backdrop and endless views of the Patagonia fjords
A stunning showcase of contemporary design blending with historical industrial chic
Innovative and delicious food using the best of the regions ingredients
A wide choice of adventure activities including trekking, horseback riding, kayaking, mountain biking
With it's own speedboat, guests can explore the majestic fjords, lagoons and glaciers
The hotel offers excellent all-inclusive packages that include all meals, bar, airport transfers and guided excursions
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The Singular Hotel is set on 100 acres bordering the shores of the Fjord of Last Hope surrounded by rugged Patagonian landscape and mountains. Located near to Puerto Natales, a stay here perfectly complements a visit to the Torres del Paine National Park, giving travelers a chance to immerse themselves in the fjords and channels, visiting remote glaciers onboard the hotel's comfortable motorboat.
The hotel itself combines cutting edge architecture with the buildings historical industrial heritage (it used to be a cold storage plant in the early 1900s). Floor to ceiling windows which maximize the fabulous views are juxtaposed with Victorian brickwork, steel girders, lofty ceilings and gleaming century-old machinery. Far from being stark, there are deep leather arm chairs, fireplaces and cozy nooks for relaxation.
The hotel's team of expert guides host expeditions throughout this remote and spectacular region and whether and adrenaline thrill seekers or nature-loving birdwatcher, there is something for everybody. With over 20 different expeditions of varying degrees of difficult guests can navigate the waterways, trek past icebergs, kayak, explore by mountain bike or on horseback or visit a working Patagonian sheep farm.
Each day starts and ends with a delicious meal prepared from the open kitchen. The focus is on local ingredients such as King crab and Patagonian lamb. Picnics are usually prepared on full day trips. After a day in the great outdoors a glass of wine by the fire, massage in the spa or lap of the pool is a welcome reward.
Every room at the Singular boasts floor to ceiling windows maximizing the views over the Patagonian fjords. There are 54 Singular Rooms and three spacious Singular Suites with their own living area.
Bathrooms are large and luxurious, with deep tubs and walk-in showers, and toiletries made from olive oil and lavender to aid rejuvenation. Décor is neutral, with sepia photos and antiques providing a colonial touch.
Children are welcome but there are no specific facilities. Given the rugged landscape, this is perhaps a destination for older children, who will enjoy the adventurous side of exploring the region and will be able to participate in some of the outdoor activities. Extra beds are also available should they be required.
Facilities at the Singular include the Singular Wellness spa which incorporates a heated indoor/outdoor swimming pool, sauna and steam room. The restaurant and open-concept kitchen offer innovative Patagonian cuisine.
Daily guided treks, horse rides, cycling and road excursions are offered to guests staying at the Singular Hotel to explore this beautiful Patagonian region,including the Torres del Paine with its stunning lakes, peaks and abundance of Andean wildlife. Boat trips on the Last Hope Sound to the Balmaceda and Serrano Glaciers are a highlight in the hotel's comfortable speedboat. There are explorations suitable for all different levels of ability and each afternoon the lodge's expert bilingual guides meet with guests to explain the different options on offer for the following day. Longer full day excursions typically include an outdoor picnic lunch. After a day exploring the great outdoors, the Spa is the perfect retreat.
Location & Directions
Near Puerto Natales, Patagonia, Chile
Overlooking the Ultima Esperanza Fjord and surrounded by spectacular Patagonian scenery, just outside Puerto Natales.
When to go
The hotel closes from mid May to mid September. Early summer (Mid October to November) can be lovely, and in late summer and autumn (March) the colors are stunning. But if you’re planning to go riding in the open steppes, midsummer is wonderful. The peak summer months of January and February can get busy in the nearby Torres del Paine National Park and it is also the windiest time of year. At any time of year Patagonia is unpredictable. People will often tell you to expect all seasons in a single day.